Aloe vera juice receives rave reviews from those who practice wellness treatment options. Aloe vera gel has long been known to be treat sunburns and cuts. But what does drinking it do?
Drinking aloe vera juice makes perfect sense. It is non-toxic, plus full of amino acids, enzymes, mineral and vitamins that do all of the following:
- Aids in digestion
- Decreases inflammation
- Increases energy
- Strengthens immunity
For fibromyalgia patients, all of these functions prove especially beneficial.
To prepare the juice:
- The Aloe Barbadensis Miller plant is the only aloe vera plant that should be used when making homemade aloe vera juice.
- Pick a leaf from the bottom of the plant. Wash and peel the leaf. A cai boa knife is one of the better options for peeling.
- Once it’s peeled, rinse off the gel, cut it into chunks, and then put the chunks in a blender. Make the chunks thick and blocky.
- Next, make orange juice by squeezing an orange. Add the orange juice to the aloe vera. Blend.
- Two ingredients. A multitude of health benefits.
Everyone has different reactions to aloe vera, so everyone must speak to his or her doctor first to discuss the possible dangers. If the doctor says it’s ok to proceed, many people may find they need to play with the amount of aloe vera they use. After speaking with a doctor, speaking with a knowledgable health food store employee also proves beneficial. The employee should be able to advise on how to care for a plant and more.
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